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1. a formal statement of injustices suffered by women, written by the organizers of the Seneca Falls Convention.
T O N E I C S O L F R I D A N S E T E M T N A
2. Social movements to make changes in order to bring about improvement, end abuses, or correct injustices
O S R M E N O E M T R M E F V
3. A person who supported abolition, or the ending of slavery
B T S I T I L N O O I A
4. A revival of religious feeling and belief from the 1800s to the 1840s
C A N E E A T O W N N D G R G S A E K I
5. The gathering of supporters of women’s rights in July 1848 that launched the movements for women’s right to vote
I S E V F O O E T N A N N C C S E L N L A
6. A philosophy emphasizing that people should transcend, or go beyond, logical thinking to reach true understanding, with the help of emotions and intuition
L D E S C N A T N A T S N E R M I
7. A former minister who was the central figure in Transcendentalism who believed that every human had unlimited potential but needed to go beyond purely logical thinking.
N O R L A H D E R A M L W O P S E
8. Focused on Individualism in his essays and claimed “If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears.”
E N D U V H E T R Y D O H I A R A
9. "Ideal Community" started in 1841 by George Ripley where residents tried to live in "brotherly cooperation" instead of competing with each other.
R M R F O A O K B